|Paula Casale-Spitler (#46982948)|
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I love history and have been a grave "digger" all my life. I found Find A Grave while trying to put mine and my husband's family trees together and was instantly compelled to start my own virtual cemetary. What a neat thing to do for people who are unable to visit their loved ones!|
I started working on our family trees in 2007 and the following is the direct Spitler line for my husband:
Hans Spittler 1689-1736 Basil, Switzerland
Johannes Spittler I 1690-1757 Bethel PA
Johannes Spittler II 1718-1757 Bethel PA
Jacob Spittler 1756-1826 Botetourt, VA
John Spitler, Sr 1788-1874 Clay OH
Andrew Spitler 1818-1891 Clay OH
Dr Charles Elmer Spitler 1863-1941 Saratoga IN
Dr Lloyd Lollar Spitler 1903-1978 Kettering OH
Rev Thomas Lloyd Spitler 1929-2001 Cincinnati OH
Will gladly transfer sites or add information and photos for family and friends.
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|Jeff Somerfield||Susannah Buckwalter Spittler #53168847|
In your research on the Spittler/Spitler family, have you ever found any record concerning Jacob and Susannah's children that specifically states that Susannah's maiden name was Buckwalter? This Susannah is a mystery and no known linkage to any other Buckwalter has been made. It is my belief that she is a descendant of a Buckwalter that lived outside of Lancaster County, PA. This means that she may be a descendant of either Johannes or Jacob Buckwalter, c. 1720 immigrants.
I am currently attempting to find the Lane/Lehn connection also.
|David Allison||Solomon Spittler|
I am writing a book about the Civil War battle of Decatur, Ga., where Solomon Spittler was wounded. I saw your post about him. I wanted to know the source of your information, as I would like to include it in my book. If you see this can you please email me at email@example.com Many many thanks for your help.
|Carolina Anita Rucks||Charles Pell|
Would it be possible to combine our work on a duplicated memorial for Coach Pell? I created and sponsored a memorial many years before yours. Coach Pell was my high school teacher. I live in Georgia so was unable to photograph his grave. I see that you were able to photograph his markers.
|Bruce Sonner||RE: Gene Racey et al|
The Sonner Family started their family in Strasburg, Va. So there are a lot of them buried there in Riverside. Initially , most were posted by a Find a grave member known as "Stars and Stripes" (f memory serves). But he got a bur under his saddle about something and removed all of his photos and work from Find a Grave. So thank you for reposting your photos! All of the Sonners' listed in Riverside are my family, and slowly the photos are starting to re- appear!
|Bruce Sonner||Gene Racey|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph the headstone for Gene Racey. I appreciate your honoring my request!
|Bruce Sonner||George & Susan Ward (Sonner)Pollard|
Thank You for Taking the headstone Photos for George & Susan Ward (Sonner)Pollard. I appreciate your work.
|David McInturff||Laura Augusta McInturff Beard|
Thank you for the nice grave photos.
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Mrs Dove Harman Roy|
Thanks for the photo
|Parker||Thank you so much|
I just wanted to thank you for photographing and posting my grandmother's gravesite. It is very much appreciated.
Thank you as well for the message on her Find-a-Grave webpage.
My best to you,
Added by Parker on Jan 25, 2016 9:55 AM
|jane austin||Franklin Pierce Keister|
Wow... What a great set of photos for F.P. Thank you very much for sharing your time and skills for this set of photos. I feel as if I'm standing there.
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